Nina Westera
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Lawyers’ strategies for cross-examining rape complainants: Have we moved beyond the 1950s?
S Zydervelt, R Zajac, A Kaladelfos, N Westera
British Journal of Criminology 57 (3), 551-569, 2017
582017
Interviewing rape complainants: Police officers' perceptions of interview format and quality of evidence
NJ Westera, MR Kebbell, R Milne
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (6), 917-926, 2011
472011
Towards a more effective detective
NJ Westera, MR Kebbell, B Milne, T Green
Policing and society 26 (1), 1-17, 2016
352016
Prosecutors’ perceptions of how to improve the quality of evidence in domestic violence cases
NJ Westera, MB Powell
Policing and society 27 (2), 157-172, 2017
322017
Want a better criminal justice response to rape? Improve police interviews with complainants and suspects
NJ Westera, MR Kebbell, B Milne
Violence against women 22 (14), 1748-1769, 2016
322016
It is better, but does it look better? Prosecutor perceptions of using rape complainant investigative interviews as evidence
NJ Westera, MR Kebbell, B Milne
Psychology, Crime & Law 19 (7), 595-610, 2013
312013
Losing two thirds of the story: a comparison of the video-recorded police interview and live evidence of rape complainants
N Westera, M Kebbell, B Milne
Criminal Law Review, 290-308, 2013
272013
Exploring police use of force decision-making processes and impairments using a naturalistic decision-making approach
KA Hine, LE Porter, NJ Westera, GP Alpert, A Allen
Criminal justice and Behavior 45 (11), 1782-1801, 2018
252018
Perceptions and profiles of interviews with interpreters: A police survey
SJ Wakefield, MR Kebbell, S Moston, N Westera
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 48 (1), 53-72, 2015
252015
Interviewing witnesses: do investigative and evidential requirements concur?
B Milne, KA Roberts, NJ Westera, MR Kebbell
The British Journal of Forensic Practice, 2011
232011
Too much or too little? Individual and situational predictors of police force relative to suspect resistance
KA Hine, LE Porter, NJ Westera, GP Alpert
Policing and society 28 (5), 587-604, 2018
222018
The prospective detective: developing the effective detective of the future
NJ Westera, MR Kebbell, B Milne, T Green
Policing and Society 26 (2), 197-209, 2016
212016
An evaluation of how evidence is elicited from complainants of child sexual abuse
MB Powell, NJ Westera, J Goodman-Delahunty, AS Pichler
Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, 2016
192016
The understated ugly side of police–citizen encounters: situation, suspect, officer, decision-making, and force predictors of officer injuries
KA Hine, LE Porter, NJ Westera, GP Alpert
Policing and society 28 (6), 665-683, 2018
182018
Lost in the detail: Prosecutors' perceptions of the utility of video recorded police interviews as rape complainant evidence
NJ Westera, MB Powell, B Milne
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 50 (2), 252-268, 2017
172017
Sexual assault complainants on the stand: A historical comparison of courtroom questioning
N Westera, S Zydervelt, A Kaladelfos, R Zajac
Psychology, Crime & Law 23 (1), 15-31, 2017
172017
Does the narrative style of video evidence influence judgements about rape complainant testimony?
NJ Westera, BM McKimmie, MR Kebbell, R Milne, B Masser
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (5), 637-646, 2015
152015
Promoting pre-recorded complainant evidence in rape trials: Psychological and practice perspectives
MR Kebbell, NJ Westera
Criminal Law Journal 35 (6), 376-385, 2011
152011
What were they thinking? Factors influencing police recruits’ decisions about force
KA Hine, LE Porter, NJ Westera, GP Alpert, A Allen
Policing and society, 2018
142018
The “good old days” of courtroom questioning: Changes in the format of child cross-examination questions over 60 years
R Zajac, N Westera, A Kaladelfos
Child maltreatment 23 (2), 186-195, 2018
122018
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